The new English Premier League season kicks off this weekend, and what better excuse can there possibly be for getting down to a bar, drinking the cheapest beer you can find and joining in some incoherent chanting/possibly having a bar fight? The time difference might make for some early drinking mo ... More >>
*If there's even such a thing.
The Premier League kicked off this weekend, lulling Dallasites out of the summer doldrums with the promise of cooler weather, hearty breakfasts, and lots of beer. For the uninitiated, the big games in England are piped into a handful of pubs early on weekend mornings. The games make for an i ... More >>
Photos by Andrea GrimesThe "Full Monty" -- baked beans and all.Would we go south of the border, or would we sail 'cross the pond? You probably read the headline to this blog entry, so I won't pretend toward some surprise ending. The Man O' The Hour and I labored for several long minutes over the ... More >>
Patrick MichelsIn advance of the big fight at Cowboys Stadium this weekend, Jerry Jones spoke to, of all places, the UK Telegraph about a great many things -- such as his inspiration for the Enormodome ("I visited Wembley three times while it was being built") and how he'd never, ever, ever buy a ... More >>
Randy Galloway, Evan Grant and I received an e-mail at 4:20 this morning from Spirit of Shankly organizer Paul Gardner, in which he writes that a fans' protest before Liverpool FC's Sunday-afternoon match against Arsenal kept the owners out of Anfield: "Tom Hicks was turned away a few hundred yar ... More >>
Note to Tom Hicks, surely a reader of blogs: Really, it's totally fine. You could have stayed in England today, for Liverpool FC's Champions League match against Arsenal. No need to rush home for the Texas Rangers' 1:05 p.m. first-pitch home-opener against the Baltimore Orioles. Sure, it's nice of y ... More >>